Adam Kinzinger Fails to Prove Alex Bruesewitz’s X Strategies Had no Employees When Receiving PPP Loan

September 7, 2022 Updated 12:42 PM ET

Alex Bruesewitz (left), Adam Kinzinger (right, Hudson Institute).
Alex Bruesewitz (left), Adam Kinzinger (right, Hudson Institute).

WASHINGTON, D.C. (FLV) – X Strategies CEO, Alex Bruesewitz, a ‘MAGA‘ political consultant and social media influencer, slammed U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-IL, saying he “praised Joe Biden for calling 75 Million Americans ‘enemies of the state.'” In response, Kinzinger brought up X Strategies’ Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan status.

“You praised Joe Biden for calling 75 Million Americans “enemies of the state” but you’re angry that Trump criticized the corrupt & completely weaponized FBI & DOJ? @AdamKinzinger, you have issues man,” Bruesewitz said.

“Alex did you pay back your PPP loan despite having no employees?” Kinzinger fired back.

The anti-Trump congressman continued the trend of Democrats bringing up the PPP status of Republicans who oppose student loan forgiveness by the Biden Administration.

Bruesewitz told Florida’s Voice that Kinzinger’s claim that his consulting firm had “no employees” is entirely false. He said X Strategies had several employees at the time he took out the PPP loan.

In a letter, Bruesewitz said he will sue Kinzinger if the congressman does not retract the statement and make a public apology.

Days later, Kinzinger took to social media to rail further against Bruesewitz’s consulting firm, saying they “drive false narratives” and are not “the healthiest for democracy.”

Kinzinger’s 11 tweet-long thread contained no proof backing up his initial claim that X Strategies obtained and had forgiven a PPP loan without any employees on payroll.

Brusewitz fired back: “Where are the receipts? This proves nothing. In fact, you continue to spread a malicious & defamatory lie against me.”

The consultant frequently feuds with Kinzinger on social media. Kinzinger often opposes policies and movements promulgated by Trump supporters, prompting stark criticism from the powerhouse consultant.

He was targeted and subpoenaed by the Democrat-led January 6th Committee, where Kinzinger is a member.

During the heated GOP primary between Cory Mills and Anthony Sabatini, Bruesewitz called out U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-TX, for trying to pressure FL-7 candidate Mills into firing X Strategies from his campaign.

Sabatini’s campaign regularly called Mills, a Trump-appointee to the Department of Defense as an advisor, a “RINO” and “pretending to be MAGA.”

“There’s misinformation going on about my Friend [Cory Mills],” Bruesewitz tweeted. “Mills is NOT an ally of [Dan Crenshaw]. Crenshaw called Mills in early Jan & told him to fire me because I hurt Dan’s feelings. Cory didn’t listen. Then deranged Dan endorsed an idiot named [Brady Duke] out of spite,” he explained.

“Brady Duke is a warrior, patriot and man of conviction, and I whole-heartedly endorse him to serve the people of Central Florida in Congress,” Crenshaw said of Duke.

Bruesewitz went on: “[Cory Mills] is a good man who stood by me when the Deep State tried to cancel me. He’s been a strong supporter of mine after the losers on the [January 6th Committee] subpoenaed me. He won’t be controlled by the swamp.”

He regularly slams Crenshaw over various issues like sending aid to Ukrainecriticizing Tucker Carlsonpraising Liz Cheneyattacking conservative talk show host Alex Jones as a “grifter” and “con artist,” and more.

The consultant told Florida’s Voice that Mills has “proven he is not afraid to stand up to the swamp and stand with MAGA” after he refused to fire Bruesewitz off his campaign. “He stood by me and never waivered. I will always respect Cory for that.”

Read the full letter sent by Bruesewitz’s attorney below.

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